How do you build effective relationships across different cultures? Cherry Ward (Head of People, Asia, at Thiess) will be talking to us about the building blocks of cultivating a culture of belonging and inclusion that will enable our success not only as leaders, but as humans.
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About this event
We are a Culture First chapter committed to designing sustainable change, embarking on a journey of continuous learning and unlearning through actively listening to the stories and experiences of others.
We come together primarily to discuss themes around belonging, equity, inclusion and diversity - but they are threaded through everything in our world!
This session, we are joined by Open Minds and Open Hearts chapter member Cherry Ward (Head of People, Asia, at Thiess), a People and Culture leader with extensive experience in leading cross-cultural, high performing teams and creating safe and inclusive workplaces.
Cherry will be taking us through how to build effective relationships across cultures, which are the building blocks of cultivating a culture of belonging and inclusion and will enable our success not only as leaders, but as humans. There will also be time for discussion and Q&A with Cherry at the end of our session.
This is a space where everyone is welcome, no matter how far along in that journey you (and your organisation) is - we all have a lot to learn (and unlearn!).
This work doesn't just change lives, it saves lives. However it is usually quite slow and can be a lot to carry emotionally.
Show up as you are on the day, there is no judgement and no requirements other than an open mind and an open heart.
For those of you who are new to this chapter, please head to our LinkedIn group to connect with others passionate about creating a more inclusive and equitable world of work.
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